One year after leaving the NFL Tom Brady announces his retirement.

Although it’s not exactly Groundhog Day, you’ve probably heard this stuff before. Tom Brady, the NFL’s starting quarterback, announced his retirement from the league in a video that was uploaded on social media on Wednesday morning.
On February 1, the same day he announced his retirement from the NFL in 2022, Brady, 45, sent the message.
“I’m going into retirement. A permanent, “Brady stated in his updated goodbye statement. He thanked his supporters and expressed regret for the controversy caused by prior planning announcements.
I won’t be wordy, Brady promised. One really emotional retirement essay is allotted, and I used mine up last year.
In a statement to his loved ones, friends, coworkers, and rivals, Brady said, “I appreciate you guys letting me realize my wildest dream. There is nothing I would alter.”
Brady set a number of prestigious records throughout his stellar 23-year career with the New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He has the most Super Bowl victories (seven), passing yards (649), and passing touchdowns (649). (89,214).
Brady’s last year’s retirement, which he un-retired after 40 days, akin to his giving up professional football for Lent. Brady’s most recent declaration, though, comes after his Buccaneers ended the regular season with an 8-9 record. Despite being eliminated in the first round of the wild card playoffs by the Dallas Cowboys, Tampa Bay nevertheless won the NFC South division.
Brady must have observed that in this year’s playoffs, the four quarterbacks who guided their teams to the NFL’s conference championships are all in their 20s: Philadelphia’s Jalen Hurts (24), Cincinnati’s Joe Burrow (26), San Francisco’s Brock Purdy (24), and Kansas City’s Patrick Mahomes (27). (23).
After 20 seasons in New England, Brady moved to Tampa Bay and brought a Super Bowl championship with him. In his first season with the Buccaneers, Brady continued his winning ways. Tampa Bay had a strong regular season record the previous year but lost to the Los Angeles Rams on a last-second field goal as the Rams advanced to the championship.

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